Discussion on Limmo - Multipurpose Form Wizard

Discussion on Limmo - Multipurpose Form Wizard

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Great job! Is it possible to easily implement conditional logic in your forms?

Hello, this looks very nice. Is it meant to be used as a standalone page, or is it possible to integrate it into Wordpress somehow?

Thank you! the item is HTML based. It can not be edited via wordpress. But you can integrate/upload it in a separate folder of your domain/wordpress site..for example will be www.yourdomain.com/wizard. All the best.

I converted it into a very basic (not customizable) wordpress plugin and it works :)

Excellent theme! Easy to work with and works perfectly. Just one question – how do i show tooltip on weekends? I have these disabled and figured out how to colour them red, but every tutorial online for showing tooltips on disabled dates in daterangepicker.js just won’t work. Please help :)

I figured out how to kind of get it to work when I switch the page to use common_scripts.js instead of common_scripts.min.js. When I do this the date range selection stops working and only tooltips work. Also they work on ALL disabled dates – I just need the weekends to show a tooltip saying “Sorry you can’t book on a weekend!”.

is it possible to choose only one date? (for restaurant reservation)

Hello, yes.

1) in js/daterangepicker_func.js change 2 settings as below

linkedCalendars:false, singleDatePicker: true,

2) in the html page change the calendar container col-md-12 to col-md-7 as the example below

<div class="col-md-7"> <div class="clearfix position-relative mb-3" id="inline-calendar"> <input type="text" name="dates" id="dates" class="required" hidden="hidden"> </div> </div>

All the best

Thanks!!!! Great work! :-)

Congratulation, best of luck with sales :)

Great Work, Congratulations GLWS :)


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